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(Bulletin of the World Health Organization[TA])
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  • Oral cholera vaccine in cholera prevention and control, Malawi. [Journal Article]
  • BWBull World Health Organ 2018 Jun 01; 96(6):428-435
  • M'bangombe M, Pezzoli L, … Azman AS
  • With limited global supplies of oral cholera vaccine, countries need to identify priority areas for vaccination while longer-term solutions, such as water and sanitation infrastructure, are being dev...
  • Prevalence of asymptomatic Zika virus infection: a systematic review. [Review]
  • BWBull World Health Organ 2018 Jun 01; 96(6):402-413D
  • Haby MM, Pinart M, … Reveiz L
  • CONCLUSIONS: Better-quality research is needed, using standardized methods, to determine the true prevalence of asymptomatic Zika virus and whether it varies between populations or over time.
  • Health-system-adapted data envelopment analysis for decision-making in universal health coverage. [Journal Article]
  • BWBull World Health Organ 2018 Jun 01; 96(6):393-401
  • Shrime MG, Mukhopadhyay S, Alkire BC
  • CONCLUSIONS: Health-system-adapted data envelopment analysis allows any quantifiable attribute or determinant of health to be included in a calculation. It is easy to perform and, in the absence of evidence about a society's preferences among multiple policy outcomes, can provide a comprehensive method for health-policy decision-making in the era of sustainable development.
  • Implementation of tuberculosis prevention for exposed children, Burkina Faso. [Journal Article]
  • BWBull World Health Organ 2018 Jun 01; 96(6):386-392
  • Sulis G, Combary A, … Matteelli A
  • CONCLUSIONS: The newly established recording and reporting system proved feasible and user-friendly and allowed measurement of global indicators of latent tuberculosis infection. Compared with active tracing, passive tracing led to much lower estimates of the numbers of child contacts.
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